Skip to comments.Facebook agrees to remove Newtown pages
Posted on 02/25/2013 5:17:07 PM PST by mlizzyEdited on 02/25/2013 5:29:30 PM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -- U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal says Facebook has agreed to remove some pages from the social media site related to December's shootings in Newtown.
Blumenthal, along with U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy and U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty, all Connecticut Democrats, had complained about the so-called tribute pages in a letter sent Monday morning to Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg.
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Meanwhile the Chris Dorner fan pages are all still up...
Not altogether a bad thing.
I will demand that no videos of the unannounced (and unwelcome) intrusion of the First Sasquatch at the Academy Awards be allowed.
The result was permanently emotionally traumatic, and I may have to apply for permanent disability Social Security supplementary income as a result.
Worst inappropriate abuse of the public airways I can remember. Perhaps the FCC can help? This was over the air inappropriate content!
She sure is a buttinski, I’ll say that. I feel sorry for her kids.
One o the founders of Facebook, ran 0bama’s social media campaigns in 2008 and 2012. Facebook are dems.
Facebook are dems.Yeah, I started to figure that out and dropped my account. I'm still surprised they would start dumping pages though, as they've got a lot of right-wing folks on their site as well.
Here are a bunch of crazy libs protesting in front of Mark Zuckerbergs house because he was hosting a Chris Christie fundraiser.
These PP-loving libs are pitiful. Don’t think Mark Zuckerberg will be hosting a Bobby Jindal fundraiser anytime soon, though.